YORK Donates 100th HVAC system in Building Homes for Heroes home
Badger Metals Inc. and contractor Dave Jones Inc. provide HVAC equipment and labor
MILWAUKEE — Johnson Controls has announced YORK, Ducted Systems leadership, Badger Metals, Inc., and Dave Jones, Inc., along with Building Homes for Heroes, held a Welcome Home ceremony in Madison, Wisconsin, for U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant Erick Hoefakker and his family. During his years of service, Sergeant Hoefakker suffered several injuries that continue to afflict him to this day. His new home, provided by Building Homes for Heroes, has been modified to address his specific injuries to keep both Sergeant Hoefakker and his family comfortable and safe.
To support Sergeant Hoefakker, Johnson Controls donated a YORK heating and cooling system with a Wi-Fi® capable YORK touch-screen thermostat to better assist him with adjusting his home’s temperature without the need to get up. Badger Metals, Inc., donated the HVAC system and Dave Jones Inc., donated the installation services for the veteran’s new home.
Justin Patrick, vice president and general manager of residential systems, Johnson Controls, addressed the family and attendees on behalf of YORK to recognize the company’s partnership with Building Homes for Heroes and to honor Sergeant Hoefakker and his family.
“This is the 100th home in which Johnson Controls has participated, and it is our privilege to provide systems that will keep the Hoefakker family safe and comfortable,” said Patrick. “‘Purpose led’ is one of our core values at Johnson Controls, and this partnership exemplifies why we want to be purposeful in making a difference in the lives of the men and women who sacrifice for our county.”
Representatives from Badger Metals Inc. and David Jones Inc., YORK distributors and contractors, attended the ceremony to recognize Sergeant Hoefakker.
“It is our privilege to recognize Sergeant Hoefakker for his sacrifice to our country,” said Holly Kellesvig, chief operating officer of Dave Jones, Inc. “One of our core values is “Giving Back” and because of Sergeant Hoefakker’s honor and bravery, we have provided him with exceptional equipment to ensure his family has a safe and comfortable home.”
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